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To Let
Business Premises

Northampton Mercury, 13th February 1830

To Surgeons and Apothecaries
To be LET

And may be entered upon immediately

A Genteel RESIDENCE, situate in the populous Village of Rushden, in the County of Northampton, late in the Occupation of Mr. Daniel Prestland, deceased. The Premises are in excellent Repair, and genteely furnished, with the increasing Practice attached thereto; there is also a considerable Number of Villages near Rushden, to which the Practice extends. The Medicines and Instruments for the Use of the Practice to be taken at a Valuation, and also the Household Furniture, if requested; so desirable an Opportunity seldom offers.

For further Particulars, apply to Mr. John Carrington, Building Surveyor and Appraiser, Kettering; Mr. Wm. Griffin, Thrapston; or Mr. John Radburne, Draper, Rushden; either of whom are empowered to treat for the same.

Rushden, Feb. 9th 1830.

Northampton Mercury, 13th March 1830

To Millers
To be Let

And entered upon immediately

A Convenient Post Windmill, situate in the parish of Rushden, in the county of Northampton, near to the village and adjoining the road leading from thence to Wymington, working a pair of French Stones and a pair of Peak Stones, with dressing machine and every other requisite; and all the Close of Land in which the Mill stands, containing about two acres and a half. There is a barn and stable near the mill.—The Mill and Premises may be seen on application to Mr. James Green, the present tenant; and all particulars known of Mr. Reedham, Solicitor, Kimbolton.

Northampton Mercury, 13th March 1830

To Let

In the populous village of Rushden, Northamptonshire, a most desirable GROCER'S SHOP, with warehouse, garden, and orchard, most commodiously situated for business, in the high road from London to Leeds. The complete fittings-up, fixtures, &c. To be taken at a valuation.

Possession immediately.- €”Respectable references will be required.

Inquire at Rushden Hall.

Northampton Mercury, 16th June 1832

To Grocers and Ironmongers
To be let

From Year to Year, or for a Term of Years, with immediate Possession (The Property of THOMAS WILLIAMS Esq.)

All that MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, with the Grocer and Ironmonger’s Shop, Yard, Garden, Orchard, Barn, Stable, Warehouse, and other requisite Out-buildings, well calculated for a Grover or Ironmonger, situate in the centre of the populous Village of RUSHDEN, aforesaid for several years in the occupation of Mr. Overall, and late of Mr. G. Plested, Grocer and Ironmonger.

To view the Premises, apply to Daniel Dickins, of Rushden; and for further Particulars, to Mr. Robinson, Solicitor, Wellingborough.

Wellingborough, 15th June 1832

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